Leading Change In Your Organization or Community

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A brief presenation on key principles for people who want to be effective leaders of change in their organization or community.

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Leading Change In Your Organization or Community

  1. 1. The Changing Face of Leadership<br />Becoming a change agent in your community<br />7/24/2009<br />© Kevin R. Kragenbrink, Ph.D. 2009<br />
  2. 2. Somebody Moved My Cheese<br />Change Happens – What will you do?<br /><ul><li> Hide/Deny that change has happened
  3. 3. Resist the change at all costs
  4. 4. Go Along to Get Along – just don’t make me do anything
  5. 5. Take the Lead</li></ul>7/24/2009<br />© Kevin R. Kragenbrink, Ph.D. 2009<br />
  6. 6. Our Iceberg is Melting<br />Change is Needed – What Will You Do?<br /><ul><li> Ignore the issues, maybe they will just go away
  7. 7. Resist change efforts – change is really a bad thing after all
  8. 8. Support the idea of change in public, but work hard to make sure it is limited or slow
  9. 9. Take the lead</li></ul>7/24/2009<br />© Kevin R. Kragenbrink, Ph.D. 2009<br />
  10. 10. Define the Need<br />Create a sense of urgency<br />Build a team to support the change<br />Leadership<br />Credibility<br />Communication Skills<br />Authority<br />Analytical Skills<br />7/24/2009<br />© Kevin R. Kragenbrink, Ph.D. 2009<br />
  11. 11. Make it Happen<br />Define Your Strategy for Change<br />Get Feedback – Review and Revise<br />Test Results – Review and Revise<br />Communicate and get understanding and “Buy In.”<br />Empower Others to Act and Look for the Short Term Wins<br />Don’t Let Up<br />7/24/2009<br />© Kevin R. Kragenbrink, Ph.D. 2009<br />
  12. 12. Create A New Culture<br />Looking Into the Future<br />I see a better . . .<br />New Habits to Replace the Old<br />New Traditions to Guide the Community<br />Change starts with what you think, grows with what you feel, but lasts because of what you do.<br />7/24/2009<br />© Kevin R. Kragenbrink, Ph.D. 2009<br />
  13. 13. What Needs to Change?<br />The Way It Is . . .<br />The Way It Could Be . . .<br />Economy in Recession<br />Too Many Students Who Don’t Learn<br />A Culture that is Closed or resistant to New People and Ideas<br />A society with too much poverty<br />Economic Growth that Helps Every Citizen<br />An Education System that Increases Learning Success<br />A Culture that Welcomes New People and Perspectives<br />A society working to provide every person with the opportunity to achieve wealth and success<br />7/24/2009<br />(c) Kevin R. Kragenbrink, Ph.D. 2009<br />
  14. 14. You are Your Community’s Leadership<br />What Will You Do?<br />7/24/2009<br />(c) Kevin R. Kragenbrink, Ph.D. 2009<br />

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